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Breeding self-supporting fall-cropping red raspberries


, : Breeding self-supporting fall-cropping red raspberries. Acta Horticulturae: 145-150

Data from crosses involving six autumn-bearing varieties and four normal varieties, all used as female parents, and OR-US1347 (Newburgh X OR-US902 (Washington X Williamette)) an autumn-bearing, nonbranched line, as pollen parent, indicated that the extension of the flowering lateral branches, which results in autumn bearing, is conditioned by two complementary genes.

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